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The Praxis Series

Information Bulletin

201516
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The policies and procedures explained in this Bulletin are effective only for the 201516 testing year (August 1, 2015 through July 31, 2016)
and supersede previous policies and procedures. The fees, terms, and conditions contained in this Bulletin are subject to change. Educational
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CONTENTS
Praxis At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Registration and Appointment Scheduling . . 4
Admission Ticket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Test Takers with Disabilities or
Health-Related Needs . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Test Preparation Material . . . . . . . . . . . 4
ETS Recognition of Excellence . . . . . . . . . 4
On Test Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

About The Praxis Series Program . . . . 6

Types of Assessments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Test Delivery Method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Contact Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

General Inquiries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
ETS Disability Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Test Center Complaints . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Test Question Inquiries . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Test Preparation Resources . . . . . . . . . . 7
Test Refund Requests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Telephone Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
File Corrections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Scoring Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Registration Information. . . . . . . . . 810


Fees for Tests and Related Services . . . . . . . 8
Praxis Test Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
State Surcharges per Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Special Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Preferred Forms of Payment . . . . . . . . . . 8
Other Payment Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Fee Waivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
If Your Primary Language Is Not
English (PLNE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Telephone Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
File Corrections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Change or Cancel Your Test Registration . . .
9
Test Fee Refunds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Test Retake Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

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On Test Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1014


Identification (ID) Requirements . . . . . . . 10
Testing Outside Your Country of Citizenship . . . . . 11
Testing in European Union/Schengen Zone/
Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Arab Countries . . 12
Test Center Procedures and Regulations . . . . 12
General Guidelines on Test Day . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Dismissal From a Test Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Registering A Complaint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Scores & Score Reports. . . . . . . . . 1416


Reporting Your Test Scores . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Your Score Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Questions That Do Not Count Toward
Your Score . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Scoring Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Additional Score Reports (ASRs) . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Score Review Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Cancellation of Scores by You . . . . . . . . . . 15
Cancellation of Scores by ETS . . . . . . . . . 15
Confidentiality of Information . . . . . . . . . 16
How Constructed-Response Tests Are Scored . . 16
Uses of Scores . . . . 16
Test Takers Performance Data . . . . 16

Forms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1719
Test Authorization Voucher Request . . . . .. 17
Certification of Documentation (PLNE) . . . . 18
Eligibility Form (PLNE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Registration Lists and Directory .

. . . . . 20

Test Preparation Resources. . . . Back Cover

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PRAXIS AT A GLANCE

Visit the Praxis website at www.ets.org/praxis for the most up-to-date information.

REGISTRATION AND APPOINTMENT SCHEDULING


The Praxis Tests are administered through an international network of test centers, which includes Prometric test centers and
Strategic Testing Networks (STNs) located in colleges and universities. All tests are delivered by computer, except for Braille Proficiency
(0631) and the Assessment of Signed Communication: American Sign Language (0632). Some tests are offered continuously while
others are offered in testing windows that occur several times a year. To find test centers and dates, see www.ets.org/praxis/register/
centers_dates.
Note: For those tests not delivered by computer, the registration process is different than what is outlined below. Learn more about
how to register for the Braille Proficiency (0631) test or the Assessment of Signed Communication: American Sign Language (0632) at
www.ets.org/praxis.

WEB

R
 egister for Praxis tests online at www.ets.org/praxis/register using a credit/debit card or PayPal. See
Preferred Forms of Payment on page 8 for payment information.

MAIL Complete the Test Authorization Voucher Request form on page 17 of this Bulletin and mail with your check, money order,

U.S. Postal Service money order, or debit/credit card information. This form can also be downloaded from the Praxis website at
www.ets.org/praxis/about/bulletin. Please allow 3 weeks from receipt by ETS for processing.


After you receive the voucher in the mail, you must schedule your test appointment online using the voucher number sent to you.
The voucher must be used within 1 calendar year from the date of the voucher.

ADMISSION TICKET
After you register, regardless of your registration method, you will access and print your admission ticket from your online account. If you find
an error in your personal information (such as incorrect contact information) on your admission ticket, you may log in to your Praxis account
and update this information in your profile, then print an updated admission ticket.

TEST TAKERS WITH DISABILITIES OR HEALTH-RELATED NEEDS


ETS is committed to serving test takers with disabilities or health-related needs by providing services and accommodations that
are reasonable and appropriate given the purpose of the test. Testing accommodations are available for test takers who meet ETS
requirements.
If you are requesting testing accommodations, you must register through ETS Disability Services and have your accommodations
approved before testing. See the Bulletin Supplement for Test Takers with Disabilities or Health-Related Needs
(www.ets.org/praxis/register/disabilities) for detailed instructions.
The 201516 Bulletin Supplement for Test Takers with Disabilities or Health-Related Needs contains contact information, procedures for
requesting testing accommodations, and forms. The Supplement should be used in conjunction with the information in this Bulletin and
form(s) on the Praxis website. To download the Supplement, visit www.ets.org/praxis/register/disabilities. Disability documentation policy
statements and forms are available on the ETS website at www.ets.org/disabilities/documentation.
To request a large-print copy of this Bulletin and the 201516 Bulletin Supplement for Test Takers with Disabilities or Health-Related
Needs contact ETS Disability Services. See ETS Disability Services on page 7.

TEST PREPARATION MATERIAL


ETS is committed to helping you do your best on the Praxis tests by offering a variety of test preparation materials. We offer both free and
low-cost test preparation materials including study companions, videos, webinars, and interactive practice tests to help you feel ready and
confident on test day. To see what test preparation materials are offered for your test, visit the Praxis website at www.ets.org/praxis/prepare.

ETS RECOGNITION OF EXCELLENCE


The ETS Recognition of Excellence Award program was created to honor and encourage exceptional individual performance on select Praxis
Subject Assessment tests (formerly the Praxis II tests). Test takers who achieve the target scaled-score on selected Praxis Subject Assessment
tests will receive a certificate from ETS, and the award will be noted on all Praxis score reports. Visit www.ets.org/praxis for a list of tests,
target scaled-scores, and additional information.

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PRAXIS AT A GLANCE (continued)


ON TEST DAY
Report to the test center at least thirty (30) minutes before your appointment. If you arrive late, you will not be admitted to test, and will
forfeit your test fees. Please view the Study Companion to learn the duration of the test(s) you are taking.
Review the ID Requirements on pages 1012 and take the required documents with you. Without the required ID documents that match
the name on your registration, you will not be permitted to test.
Please note: possession of or use of cell phones, smartphones, tablets, personal digital assistants (PDAs), and other electronic, recording,
listening, scanning, or photographic devices is strictly prohibited in the test center at all times and will result in your dismissal from the
test, forfeiture of your test fees, and cancellation of all scores by ETS even if dismissal is not enforced on the day of the test. This includes,
but is not limited to, accessing the device for any reason, including checking the time, making calls, checking for messages or any other
reason at any time during the test administration, including scheduled, optional, or unscheduled breaks. Scores will be canceled for all
tests, including all portions of multi-subject tests that you have taken on the test date in violation no matter when you were identified
accessing or using your cell phone/device.
Watches are not allowed in the test room. If you bring a watch to the test center, you will be asked to remove the watch and store it during
the administration.
You should not bring personal items to the test center. If you do, you will be required to store them in a designated area before entering
the test room. You will not be able to access any personal items until testing is completed.
You are not permitted to leave the test center building during the test session or during a break.

For other important information regarding the test day, see:


Identification (ID) Requirements (pages 1012)
Test Center Procedures and Regulations (pages 1214)
Cancellation of Scores by You (page 15)

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ABOUT THE PRAXIS SERIES PROGRAM

Types of Assessments
The Praxis Series assessments correspond to two key milestones
in your development as a teacher:
entering a teacher training program
obtaining a license to teach
Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators Tests measure
academic skills in Reading, Writing and Mathematics. These tests
were designed to provide comprehensive assessments that measure
the skills and content knowledge of candidates entering teacher
preparation programs.
The Core Reading test includes sets of questions that require the
integration and analysis of multiple documents, as well as some
alternate response types (e.g., select-in-passage).
The Core Writing test assesses both argumentative writing and
informative/explanatory writing, and will contain two writing
tasks for each writing type. In addition, selected-response
questions will be added to address the importance of research
strategies and assess strategies for revising and improving text.
The Core Mathematics test includes numeric entry and selectedresponse questions, and will also offer an on-screen calculator to
help ensure that questions are testing mathematical reasoning
by reducing the chance that a test takers wrong response comes
from a simple arithmetic error.

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Praxis Subject Assessments (formerly the Praxis II tests)


measure your content knowledge of the subjects you will teach. The
Praxis Subject Assessments include:
Subject Assessments. These assessments measure your general
and subject-specific teaching skills and knowledge. These tests
feature selected-response and constructed-response items.
Principles of Learning and Teaching (PLT) Tests. These
assessments measure your general pedagogical knowledge at four
grade levels: Early Childhood, K6, 59, and 712. These tests
feature constructed-response and selected-response items.

Test Delivery Method


Praxis tests are delivered on computer during testing windows
throughout the year. Some tests are offered continuously. Test
length varies by test, so view the Study Companion online
(www.ets.org/praxis/prepare/materials) for your test for details.
Each test is scheduled individually, based on availability. Visit
www.ets.org/praxis/register/centers_dates to learn when your test
is offered.

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CONTACT INFORMATION
GENERAL INQUIRIES
Phone:

1-800-772-9476 U.S., U.S.Territories,


and Canada
1-609-771-7395 all other locations
MondayFriday
8 a.m.7:45 p.m. ET
Recorded information is available 24 hours
a day if you use a touch-tone phone. Phones
are busiest weekdays between 11 a.m. and
2 p.m. ET and all day on Mondays.

Email:

praxis@ets.org

Website:

www.ets.org/praxis

Mail:

ETSThe Praxis Series


PO Box 6051
Princeton, NJ 08541-6051
Use this address for general inquiries
only. Do NOT mail check payments with
registration forms to this address. See the
registration form for mailing instructions.

Overnight mail:

ETSThe Praxis Series


Distribution and Receiving Center
1425 Lower Ferry Road
Ewing, NJ 08618

Fax:

1-973-735-0384
1-609-530-0581
Include the following information exactly
as you entered it when you registered:
name, address, date of birth, test date,
Praxis candidate IDnumber, Social Security
number (if previously supplied), and phone
number (U.S. residents only).

ETS DISABILITY SERVICES

To obtain information and registration


materials, contact ETS:

Phone:

1-866-387-8602 U.S., U.S.Territories,


and Canada
1-609-771-7780 all other locations
MondayFriday
8:30 a.m.5 p.m. ET

Email:

disability.reg@ets.org

Website:

www.ets.org/praxis/prxdsabl.html

Mail:

TEST CENTER COMPLAINTS


ETSThe Praxis Series
Testing Complaints
PO Box 6051
Princeton, NJ 08541-6051
Fax: 1-609-530-0581

Email:

praxis@ets.org

TELEPHONE REGISTRATION

Telephone registration is only available for


test takers who have previously created an
online Praxis account. 1-800-772-9476
U.S., U.S.Territories, and Canada
MondayFriday
8 a.m.7:45 p.m. ET
For additional information, see
Telephone Registration (page 9)

Complaints must be received in writing


no later than 7 business days after the
administration. Complaints received after this FILE CORRECTIONS
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period will not be accepted.
PO Box 6051
For additional information, see
Princeton, NJ 08541-6051
Registering a Complaint (page 14)
For additional information, see
File Corrections (page 9)
TEST QUESTION INQUIRIES
If you think there is an error in a test
question that affects your response, tell
SCORING SERVICES
the test administrator as soon as you finish
Additional Score Reports:
the test, or immediately write to:
1-800-772-9476 U.S., U.S.Territories,
ETS The Praxis Series
and Canada
Test Question Inquiries
MondayFriday
PO Box 6667
8 a.m.7:45 p.m. ET
Princeton, NJ 08541-6667
These scoring services are only available if
In your letter, state the name and address of you have tested in the past ten (10) years and
the center, the test date and name of the test, are paying by credit or debit card (American
the number and content of the question, and Express, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, or
the section in which it appeared.
VISA). Note: Any credit/debit card branded
with one of the five accepted credit card
logos can be processed.
TEST PREPARATION RESOURCES

Phone:

Please have the following information ready


when you call:
Social Security number or Candidate ID
Test Date
Date of Birth

Website:

For additional information, see


Additional Score Reports (page 14)
Score Review Service (page 15)

1-800-537-3161 U.S., U.S.Territories,


and Canada
1-609-771-7243 all other locations
MondayFriday
8 a.m.7 p.m. ET
www.ets.org/store.html

Mail:

ETSThe Praxis Series


PO Box 6051
Princeton, NJ 08541-6051

TEST REFUND REQUESTS


ETS The Praxis Series
PO Box 6051
Princeton, NJ 08541-6051

For additional information, see


Change or Cancel Your Test
Registration (page 9)
Test Fee Refunds (page 10)

ETS
Disability Services
PO Box 6054
Princeton, NJ 08541-6054

Fax:

1-609-771-7165

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Note: Some states require a Social Security number (SSN) to process
teacher certification paperwork. Check your states requirements page
at www.ets.org/praxis to see if your state requires a SSN with your
test score reports. ETS does not require your SSN for its own purposes,
but will submit it to your state agency with your test results. Failure
to provide your SSN could delay your states processing of your
certification application.

Fees for Tests and Related Services


PRAXIS TEST FEES
PRAXIS CORE ACADEMIC SKILLS FOR EDUCATORS TESTS

A reduced test fee is available when the Core combined test is


selected at the time of registration. To qualify for the reduced fee,
you are required to take the three Core tests (Reading, Writing, and
Mathematics) at the same time, on the same test date. When you
register for the combined test, use test code 5751. Testing fees are
listed below.
1 test
$90
3 tests registered together
$150
Core Combined (5751)
$150

PRAXIS SUBJECT ASSESSMENTS

World Language Test


Constructed-response test (includes tests containing ONLY
constructed-response items as well as tests containing
both selected-response AND constructed-response items)
Selected-response test
Reading for Virginia Educators test

$160
$146
$120
$130

PRAXIS MULTIPLE SUBJECTS TESTS

Master Test $170


Subtests $60
Fees are subject to change without notice. The above amounts are
exclusive of any Value Added or similar taxes, which will be added to
these amounts, if applicable.

STATE SURCHARGES PER TEST*


ETS has been directed by Nevada to collect a $5 surcharge (per test)
from individuals testing at Nevada test centers.
* Does not apply to the Core Academic Skills for Educators tests

SPECIAL SERVICES (nonrefundable)


$50 each
$35
$40

Additional score reports


Telephone registration
Test/Date Change

Other Payment Policies


All fees are stated in U.S. dollars.
All payments must be for the full amount.
Payments made by check or money order should be made
payable to ETSPraxis.
If paying by check, please comply with the following:
Bank name and its address should be preprinted on the face
of the check.
Check must have a preprinted check number.
Check must include Test Taker or Payee name and address.
Check date CANNOT be over 90 days old.
Checks missing the preprinted name and address, and checks
with typewritten names, are not acceptable.
A check in U.S. dollars must be drawn on a bank in the U.S. or
Canada. Checks payable in other currencies must be drawn on
banks in the same countries as the currencies. By sending your
check, be aware that you are authorizing ETS, at its discretion, to
use the information on your check to make a one-time electronic
debit from your account for the amount of your check. You will
not be charged a processing fee for the electronic debit service.
If you do not have sufficient funds in your account, your scores
will be withheld, you will be unable to register for additional
tests, and an additional service fee of $20 will be added to your
account. You will receive your scores as soon as the total
outstanding balance has been cleared. Contact ETS to learn
about other payment options if you prefer not to have your
check used in this way.
If you do not include the correct fee, your registration or
service request may be returned.
Services may be withheld for nonpayment of fees.
There are no refunds for service fees. See Test Fee Refunds
on page 10 for exceptions.
Refunds will be made in U.S. dollar denominations.
Credit or debit cards may also be used for services ordered
directly from ETSPraxis.
There is a $20 fee for a declined credit card.
Cash payments cannot be accepted.
PayPal payments are permitted online only. Please be sure that
you are enrolled with PayPal before you begin the registration
process online.

Fee Waivers

A limited number of fee waivers are available for enrolled undergraduate or graduate students who meet all eligibility requirements.

SCORE REVIEW SERVICE


$65 per test **

** Score reviews are only available for tests containing constructed-response questions. See
Score Review Service on p. 15 for additional information.

Preferred Forms of Payment


Credit or Debit Card (American Express, Discover, JCB,
MasterCard, and VISA). Note: Any credit/debit card branded
with one of the five accepted credit card logos can be processed.
ETS reserves the right to add or remove online payment methods
at its own discretion and without notice.
Money Order or U.S. Postal Service Money Order
Bank Check
PayPal

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To be eligible
1. You must be receiving financial aid.
2. You must be an enrolled undergraduate or graduate student
(you are ineligible if you have a masters degree or a doctorate).
3. You must meet the income guidelines (see chart on page 9).
4. The registered test must be required by an authorized score recipient.
To be considered for a fee waiver for a test, submit a completed Fee
Waiver Request form (http://www.ets.org/praxis/about/fees/fee_waivers/)
by the appropriate deadline listed on the form.

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION (continued)


All fee waiver requests are processed on a first-come, first-served
basis. You are eligible for a fee waiver only once during a testing
year. If you qualify for a fee waiver, the test fees for up to three Core
Academic Skills for Educators tests or one Praxis Subject Assessment
may be waived. (Note: state surcharges still apply for Nevada and will
not be waived if your fee waiver request is approvedsee Fees for
Tests and Related Services on page 8.)

INCOME GUIDELINES
Family Size
(including student)

Maximum
Total Family Income

$32,090.58

$37,357.74

$42,134.58

$44,713.62

$48,511.98

$51,069.42

$53,651.70

$56,222.10

$58,792.50

10

$61,346.70

Reregistration

If you have previously registered and your request for accommodations has been approved by ETS, you may request the same testing
accommodations for subsequent test dates. To reregister, submit
a completed Eligibility Form (page 19) indicating your candidate
ID number and the test date for which documentation was approved
and on file at ETS, Test Authorization Voucher Request form on
page 17, and appropriate fees. If reregistering by telephone, you do
not need to submit the Eligibility Form (see this page for additional
information).

TELEPHONE REGISTRATION
Fee: $35 (in addition to applicable surcharge and test fees)
To register by telephone, you must have already created a Praxis
account online, at www.ets.org/praxis. Now includes selected overseas centers as well. Test takers calling to register for a test must
call at least 4 days before their intended test datetest appointments are scheduled based on availability. Please see
www.ets.org/praxis/register/centers_dates for testing windows.

File Corrections

IF YOUR PRIMARY LANGUAGE IS NOT ENGLISH (PLNE)

Praxis tests are only given in English. If you are a test taker whose
primary language is not English (PLNE), you may be eligible for
extended testing time. Test takers who meet ETS requirements will
be allowed 50 percent additional testing time.
Once PLNE accommodations are approved, test changes and/or
additions, or test center changes, are not permitted. PLNE
accommodations are not offered for language tests.

How to Register for PLNE

Your request for PLNE accommodations must include the following:


1. A completed Certification of Documentation form (page 18).
The Program has the right to request further verification, if
needed, of the professionals credentials and expertise relevant
to the certification of documentation form. An embossed school
seal must be affixed over the signature on the certification of
documentation form or the signature must be notarized.
2. A completed Eligibility Form for Test Takers Whose Primary
Language Is Not English (page 19). It is necessary to complete
this form each time you register for these accommodations.
3. Test Authorization Voucher Request Form (page 17) and appropriate
fees. Be sure to check the box at the top of the form to indicate
that you are requesting testing accommodations.
If you are paying with a paper check or money order, all documents
must be sent together to: ETSThe Praxis Series, Box 382065,
Pittsburgh, PA 15251-8065. If you prefer to provide credit/debit
card information to pay, please mail all documents to: ETSThe
Praxis Series, PO Box 6054, Princeton, NJ 08541-6054. Once
your accommodation request is approved, ETS will contact you
with a voucher number and instructions on how to register. Test
appointments are scheduled based on availability, and not all tests are
offered year-round. Please plan ahead and check test date availability
before requesting accommodations, and allow approximately
4 weeks before your intended test date for the processing of
your request. Requests that are received late, are on outdated
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forms, or are incomplete will be returned to you unprocessed. All


documentation must be approved before you can register. ETS will
make every effort to evaluate all requests in a timely manner. If
further verification of the professionals credentials and expertise
relevant to the documentation submitted is needed, it is possible that
testing will be delayed until the next applicable test date.
ETS recognizes the right of individuals to confidentiality with
regard to documentation supplied by and about them that may be
stored in files held by ETS and the concomitant responsibility of ETS
to safeguard information in its files from unauthorized disclosure.

After the test administration, score reports requiring corrections


for date of birth, Social Security number, spelling of name, or other
information will require file corrections. As a part of this service,
you may have your scores sent to one institution or agency for
no charge.
You may not change your name on the file.
If an adjustment to your Social Security number is required,
please include a clear copy of your Social Security card. You
may not change your Social Security number on file, only
make corrections.
Send your written request including the information as it now exists
on the file and the change(s) requested with your signature to the
address listed on page 7.

Change or Cancel Your Test


Registration
Make Changes to Your Testing Appointment
There are two ways you can change your test center, test date or test
time for a current test registration:
log in to your Praxis account and process the change online
contact ETS at 1-800-772-9476
Note: You must make changes up to 3 calendar days before your
appointment (not including the day of your test) or your fees will be
forfeited. ETS cannot guarantee that the testing time or test center
you are now requesting will be available. There is a $40 fee for this
service.

Cancel a Test
There are two ways you can cancel a test for which you are
currently registered:
log in to your Praxis account and process the change online
contact ETS at 1-800-772-9476

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION (continued)


Note: You must cancel your test up to 3 full calendar days before the
test date or your fees will be forfeited. If you cancel your original test
by the appropriate deadline, you may be eligible for a refund of 50
percent of your test fees. Please see Test Fee Refunds below.

Test Fee Refunds


If you are absent from or arrive too late to take the test at the
test administration for which you are registered, you will not be
entitled to any refund.
Refunds will be in U.S. dollars. If the original payment was drawn
on a U.S. domestic bank, please allow eight weeks after your canceled
test date for your refund to be processed. If the original payment
was made in non-U.S. funds drawn on a bank outside the U.S., please
allow 12 weeks for processing. Payments made by credit/debit card
will be credited back to that account. Service fees are nonrefundable.
If you cancel your registration, you will be eligible for a refund
of 50% of your test fees. (Service fees are nonrefundable.) To cancel
your registration online, log into your Praxis account up to three
calendar days before your original appointment. Your refund will be
processed automatically. To cancel a test registration by mail, send a
written request via email to praxis@ets.org or use the Refund Request
Form, which is downloadable from the Praxis website at
www.ets.org/praxis. Please be sure to:
Provide the name of the test(s) canceled, your name, address,
phone number, date of birth, your Candidate ID, and the canceled
test date.
Mail the form to The Praxis Series, Registration Refund,
P.O.Box6051, Princeton, NJ 08541-6051, USA.
The request must be received up to three calendar days before your
test date.
Surcharges, if applicable, will be refunded.

ON TEST DAY

Test Retake Policy


Tests may be taken once every 21 days, not including your initial test
date. (Note: if you take a combined test, such as the combined Core
Academic Skills for Educators test, you cannot take an individual
Core test until after the 21-day period.) This applies even if you
canceled your scores on a test taken previously. If you violate this
restriction, the scores from your retest will not be reported and your
test fees will not be refunded.
Note: The test retake policy will be enforced even if a violation
is not immediately identified (e.g., inconsistent registration
information) and test scores have been reported. In such cases,
the invalid scores will be canceled and score recipients will be
notified of the cancellation.

ETS Use of Personal Information


By providing personal information to us and registering for a Praxis
test, you expressly consent (or confirm your consent) to allow ETS to
use such personal information in accordance with ETSs Privacy and
Security Policy and the Test Taker Privacy and Information Security
Policy at www.ets.org/legal/privacy.
ETS may collect some information by phone; audio/video;
biometric identifiers, such as fingerprints; or still photographs.

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Identification (ID) Requirements


All test takers are responsible for bringing valid and acceptable
identification each time they report to a test center. It is your
responsibility to ensure that your ID documents are up-to-date and
available on the day of the test.
Your ID requirements depend on your country of citizenship and where
you plan to test. Please read the specific section for acceptable primary
and supplemental ID documents and allowed exceptions.
You are responsible for ensuring that the name you used to
register exactly matches the name on the ID document(s) you
will present at the test center.
If your name has changed since you registered for a test, you
must ensure that you have appropriate ID matching the name on
your registration to show at the test center. It is recommended
that you have ID in the correct name BEFORE you complete the
registration process. Additionally, you must create a new online
Praxis account providing your name exactly as it appears on the
primary identification you will present on test day. During the
creation of your new account, we advise that you leave the Social
Security number (SSN) field blank to avoid technical issues.
After the new account is created, you will have the opportunity
to enter your SSN by clicking the Update Personal or Contact
Information link.

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On Test Day

If the test administrator questions the ID you present, you may


be required to provide supplemental ID. If positive confirmation
cannot be made, you may not be permitted to test or your test
score may be withheld.
All test takers are encouraged to bring at least two forms of
acceptable ID each time they report to a test center. Prior
admission to a test center based on a given ID document does
not assure that that document will be considered acceptable. Test
centers are not required to hold your seat if you leave the center
to obtain acceptable identification.
Admission to the test center does not assure that the ID you
provided is valid or that your scores will be reported. All reported
cases of questionable ID are subject to review and approval by
the ETS Office of Testing Integrity either during or after the test
administration. ETS reserves the right to withhold and/or cancel
scores in the event that the ID requirements set forth herein are
not met.
You may be required to show your ID and/or to sign a test center
log at various points throughout the test administration.
Your test fees will not be refunded if you are not permitted to test
or if your scores are withheld or canceled because of invalid or
unacceptable ID.

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ID DOCUMENT REQUIREMENTS

With few exceptions, ID documents must meet all of the following


requirements. Each ID document must:
be an original document; photocopied documents are not
acceptable
be valid; expired documents (bearing expiration dates that have
passed) are not acceptable
bear the test takers full name and match your name exactly as
you entered it when you registered
bear a recent photograph that clearly matches the test taker
bear the test takers signature; the name and signature must
match
See Unacceptable ID Documents on this page.

See Exceptions and Requirements on this page if:


you are testing in Mainland China, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan,
Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, or the Philippines
you are testing outside your country of citizenship
you are not a U.S. citizen and you are testing in the U.S.
you are a Citizen of European Union, Schengen Zone, or Gulf
Cooperation Council (GCC) Arab country
you have a multiple-part last name
you are in the process of renewing your drivers license
you are testing in your country of citizenship and your primary
ID does not possess a signature
you are in the military and your Military ID does not contain
your signature
you have been granted political asylum or refugee status
you have any questions about the acceptability of your ID
document(s)

ACCEPTABLE PRIMARY ID DOCUMENTS

The following ID documents are acceptable for admission to a test


center within your country of citizenship:
Passport
Government-Issued Drivers license
State or Province ID card (including those issued by the motor
vehicle agencies)
National ID card
Military ID card
If your Primary ID document does not possess a signature, you must
present a second government-issued photo ID. If you cannot present
two forms of government-issued photo-bearing identification in the
same name of the registration, you will not be permitted to take
the test.

SUPPLEMENTAL ID DOCUMENTS
You may be required to provide a supplemental ID if the test
administrator questions your primary ID document and/or if
your primary ID document is otherwise acceptable but does not
bear your full name, photograph or signature.
Supplemental ID documents may not be used to resolve last
name discrepancies. The last name on your primary ID must
match the name on your admission ticket.
The following ID documents are generally acceptable as
supplemental ID:
Government-issued ID card (including, but not limited
to, those listed under Primary ID Documents earlier in
this section)
Student ID card
Confirmation of identity letter from your educational
institution. This letter must be typed or printed on the original
letterhead of the educational institution you attend(ed) and,
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in addition to meeting all of the ID Document Requirements


listed earlier in this section, must include your date of birth
and the date issued. Additionally, a school officials signature
and the school seal must be present and both must overlap your
photograph. Such letters are valid for only one year from the
date issued.

UNACCEPTABLE ID DOCUMENTS

The following documents are not acceptable as primary or


supplemental ID under any circumstances:
Any document that is photocopied or expired
Any document that does not match your name exactly as you
entered it when you registered
International drivers license
Draft classification card
International student ID
Credit/debit card of any kind
Notary-prepared letter or document
Birth certificate
Social Security card
Employee ID card
Any Temporary ID card
Diplomatic, consulate or embassy ID card

Exceptions and Requirements:

TESTING IN MAINLAND CHINA


Residents of Mainland China must present a valid Second
Generation National Resident ID Card.
Citizens of Taiwan must present their Travel Permit to
Mainland China.
Citizens from all other countries and locations must present a
valid passport.

TESTING IN BANGLADESH, INDIA, PAKISTAN AND NIGERIA

You MUST present a valid passport with your name, photograph and
signature as your primary ID document. There are no exceptions to
this policy.

TESTING IN SAUDI ARABIA

If you are working in Saudi Arabia and are not a citizen, you may use
your employer-sponsored Iqama Residence Identification along with a
supplemental ID that includes your name, photograph and signature.
You must present two forms of identification.

TESTING IN THE PHILIPPINES

In the Philippines you may present a Social Security System ID Card,


issued by the Republic of the Philippines, that includes your name,
photograph and signature along with a supplemental ID from the list
of acceptable of acceptable supplemental ID documents.

TESTING OUTSIDE YOUR COUNTRY OF CITIZENSHIP


You must present a valid passport with your name, photograph
and signature as your primary ID document. See Supplemental
ID Documents on this page.
Non-U.S. citizens testing within the U.S. must present a
passport that meets all of the ID document requirements listed
earlier in this section.
Diplomatic and embassy ID cards cannot be used as primary
identification in place of a passport.
If your passport is not written in English-language letters, you
must also present a supplemental ID that contains your name;
a recent, recognizable photo; signature; and is in English. If
you do not have a supplemental ID and the test center staff
cannot read the language in which it is written, you may not be
permitted to take the test.

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The following documents may be acceptable for admission if
presented along with at least one of the documents listed under
Primary or Supplemental ID Documents earlier in this section.
Permanent Resident Card/Resident Alien Card (Form I-551
or I-151)
Temporary Resident Card (Form I-688)
Employment Authorization Card (Form I-688A, I-688B
or I-766)
Mexican Border Crosser Card (This form of ID may be accepted
only at test centers within 25 miles of the Mexican border.)

TESTING IN EUROPEAN UNION/SCHENGEN ZONE/GULF


COOPERATION COUNCIL (GCC) ARAB COUNTRIES
If you are testing in a European Union, Schengen Zone or
Arab States of the Gulf (GCC) country other than the one
where you reside, you can use your valid national or European
identity card, if you have one. The card must contain your
name; a recent, recognizable photo; your date of birth; and your
signature. If this identification does not contain all of these
elements, you will be required to present a second ID from the
list of acceptable secondary identifications.

MULTIPLE-PART LAST NAME

If the ID document you will present on the day of the test contains
a multiple-part last name, your admission ticket must exactly
match your ID. You cannot use a supplemental ID to resolve last
name discrepancies.

DRIVERS LICENSE RENEWALS


If you are in the U.S. military and your drivers license has an
official extension sticker validating that your drivers license has
been extended, this can be used as supplemental ID along with
your U.S. Military ID.
If your drivers license has expired but you present it along with
your original Department of Public Safety renewal certificate,
these two documents together are acceptable if the names on
both documents match exactly. If you are issued a temporary
paper license in lieu of a renewal certificate, that is acceptable
only if it is accompanied by a supplemental ID.

MILITARY ID WITHOUT SIGNATURE

If your Military ID does not contain your signature, you must


present a supplemental ID.

UNABLE TO MEET ID REQUIREMENTS

If you have been granted political asylum, have refugee status or are
otherwise unable to meet the identification requirements, you must
contact the ETS Office of Testing Integrity (OTI) at least seven
days before registering to test. You must receive approval from OTI
before you may register. You should also be prepared to submit any
requested documents to OTI for review before receiving approval. If
you do not contact OTI before you register, and as a result you are
not permitted to test or your test scores are withheld, your test fees
will not be refunded.
ETS Office of Testing Integrity (OTI)
Office Hours: MondayFriday 7:30 a.m.5:30 p.m.
Phone: 1-609-406-5430, 1-800-750-6991
Fax: 1-609-406-9709
Email: TSReturns@ets.org
For general questions about acceptable ID, call:
1-800-772-9476 (U.S., U.S. Territories, and Canada)
1-609-771-7395 (all other locations)

Test Center Procedures


and Regulations
GENERAL GUIDELINES ON TEST DAY
Be sure to bring your admission ticket and ID documents with
you to the test center.
Test-related information written on ID documents, ones clothing,
or on any part of the body is prohibited.
Test centers do not have large waiting areas. Friends or relatives
who accompany you to the test center will not be permitted to
wait in the test center or be in contact with you while you are
taking the test (or during breaks). Except for ETS-authorized
observers, visitors are not permitted in the testing room while
testing is in progress or during breaks.
ID verification at the test center may include thumbprinting,
photographing, videotaping, or some other form of electronic
biometric ID confirmation. If you refuse to participate, you will
not be permitted to test, and you will forfeit your test fees. This is
in addition to the requirement that you must present acceptable
and valid identification.
ETS reserves the right to ensure the security of test content by
using electronic detection scanning devices (e.g., hand-held
metal detectors/wands). Failure to comply may result in
dismissal from the test and forfeiture of your test fees.
You may not have access to your personal items during the test.
Failure to comply with these regulations may result in you being
dismissed from testing, and/or your scores may be canceled.
Please note: Possession of or use of cell phones, smart
phones, smartwatches, or other electronic, listening, recording,
scanning, or photographic devices is prohibited in the test
center and will result in your dismissal from the test, forfeiture
of your test fees, and cancellation of your scores by ETS even
if dismissal is not enforced on the day of the test. If you are
seen using or accessing any of these electronic devices and/or
transmitting data including but not limited to text messaging,
email, or photographs, your device may be confiscated or
inspected.
Test centers assume no responsibility for personal items or
devices that you choose to bring into the test center.
The test administrator will assign you a seat.
On occasion, weather conditions or other circumstances beyond
the test administrators or ETSs control may require a delayed
start or the rescheduling of your test.

Calculators
Graphing, scientific, and four-function calculators are allowed
or required for some Praxis tests; for detailed information, see
Calculator Use at www.ets.org/praxis. Unless it is specifically
stated that a calculator is permitted or required for a particular
test, calculators may not be used.
ETS reserves the right to take appropriate action and/or notify
appropriate authorities including, but not limited to, law enforcement
authorities, if a test taker responds in a threatening or disturbing
way to essay or speaking questions or communicates with ETS either
verbally or in writing in a threatening or disturbing manner.

If you do not contact the ETS Office of Testing Integrity before


registering and are not permitted to test, you will forfeit your
registration and test fees.
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The following procedures and regulations apply during the entire
test session, which begins at sign-in, ends at sign-out, and includes
breaks.
Bring your admission ticket and ID with you to the testing center.
Arrive at the testing center at least 30 minutes before your
scheduled appointment time.
You will be required to write and sign a confidentiality statement
at the test center. If you do not complete and sign the statement,
you may not be allowed to test and your fees will NOT be
refunded.
You will be required to sign the test center log before and after
the test session and any time you leave or enter the testing room.
Other than ID, personal items (such as handbags and study
materials) are not allowed in the testing room. Before the test,
you will be assigned a locker or receive instructions from test
center personnel regarding where you must store personal items.
You may also be asked to empty your pockets. Storage space is
limited, so plan accordingly.
At a computer-delivered test center, the administrator will
provide you with scratch paper that may be replaced after you
have used all pages of the scratch paper initially given to you.
You may not take your own scratch paper to the test, nor may
you remove any portion of the scratch paper from the testing
room at any time. The scratch paper is provided to assist test
takers in working out problems and for appropriate note-taking
during the timed sections of the test. You may not write on
anything other than the scratch paper provided (e.g., computer
or workstation or ID document). Scratch paper should NOT be
used during the untimed sections or during breaks. If you are
observed using any documents or unauthorized papers other
than the designated scratch paper distributed by the test site,
they will be confiscated by the test center staff.
For paper-delivered tests administered as an accommodation
for a disability, test takers may use the test book for scratch
work. Scratch paper is not provided except as an approved
accommodation.
Watches are not allowed in the testing room; you will be asked to
remove your watch and store it during the administration.
If you need to leave your seat at any time other than a scheduled
break, raise your hand; timing of the section will not stop.
If at any time during the test you have a problem with your
computer, or for any reason need the administrator, raise
your hand.
Testing premises are subject to videotaping.
The maximum time allotted for the General Directions and other
untimed sections is 30 minutes. The purpose of the General
Directions is to become familiar with the computer functions and
other important information that will make your test experience
as convenient as possible. The time you spend on the General
Directions and other untimed sections should not be for any
other purpose. You may not use scratch paper during this time.
Infractions will be reported to ETS,and the test administrator is
authorized to dismiss you from the test administration if you fail
to follow the test administrators directions.

Art: Content and Analysis Test (5135)


IMPORTANT: This Art test requires you to upload 4 images of
your artwork to your My Praxis Account at www.ets.org/mypraxis
and to bring printouts of these images with you to the test
center. These printouts will not be returned to you, but will be
collected at the test center. You must upload these images no later
than 3 full days before your test date, not including the day of
your test. If you do not bring printouts of these images with you
to the test center, you may not be permitted to test. For more
information about the requirements for these images, please see
the Study Companion for Art: Content and Analysis (5135).
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ETS takes test security very seriously. Although tests are


administered under strict supervision and security measures, testing
irregularities may sometimes occur. Please contact ETS as soon as
possible to report any observed irregular behaviorfor example,
someone copying from another test taker, taking a test for someone
else, having access to test questions before the exam, or using notes
or unauthorized aids. All information will be held in strictest confidence.
Reports of cheating or fraud will be investigated thoroughly and
offenders may be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
Phone: 1-800-353-8570 (United States Only)
1-609-406-5430 (all other locations)
Fax: 1-609-406-9709
Email: TSReturns@ets.org

DISMISSAL FROM A TEST CENTER


A test administrator is authorized to dismiss you from a test session
and/or your scores may be canceled by ETS for actions such as, but
not limited to, the following:
attempting to take the test for someone else or having someone
else take the test for you
failing to provide acceptable identification
obtaining improper access to the test, a part of the test, or
information about the test. This includes having preknowledge of
test questions or answers in advance of the test administration,
in any form, and/or bringing such information to the test center
in any form, including on identification documents, stored in cell
phones, or any other method.
possessing or using a telephone, cell phone, smart phone, smart
watch, or other electronic, recording, listening, scanning, or
photographic device. Such devices are prohibited at the test
center. If you bring these devices to the test center, you will be
dismissed from the test, forfeit your test fees, and will have your
scores canceled by ETS even if dismissal is not enforced on the
day of the test.
using any aids in connection with the test, such as: mechanical
pencils, mechanical pens, scan pens or devices, pagers, beepers,
calculators (unless specifically permitted or required for a
particular test), watch calculators, smart watches, books,
pamphlets, notes, unauthorized scratch paper, rulers, highlighter
pens, stereos or radios with headphones, telephones, cell phones,
digital watches, watch alarms (including those with flashing
lights or alarm sounds), stop watches, dictionaries, translators,
compasses, protractors, rulers, and any handheld electronic,
recording/listening, scanning, or photographic devices
creating a disturbance (Disruptive behavior in any form will not be
tolerated. The test administrator and ETS have sole discretion in
determining what constitutes disruptive behavior.)
attempting to give or receive assistance. Discussion or sharing
of test content or answers during the test administration, during
breaks, or after the test is prohibited. Communication in any
form is not permitted during the test administration.
removing or attempting to remove test content from the test
center. Under no circumstances may test content or any part of
the test content be removed, reproduced, and/or disclosed by
any means (e.g., hard copy, verbally, electronically) to any person
or entity.
tampering with a computer
attempting to remove scratch paper from the testing room or
using scratch paper during untimed sections or during breaks. If
you are observed using any document other than the designated
scratch paper, the document will be confiscated by the test center
staff.
bringing a weapon or firearm into the test center
bringing food, beverages, or tobacco into the testing room

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leaving the test center building during the test session or
during breaks
leaving the testing room without permission. You are not
permitted to go outside the test center building unless it is to use
the restroom during the test administration, including breaks.
leaving the testing room before the test session is dismissed
(except the unscheduled break during the testing session)
taking excessive or extended unscheduled breaks during the
test session. Test administrators are required to strictly monitor
unscheduled breaks and report test takers who take excessive or
extended breaks.
referring to, looking through, or working on any test, or test
section, when not authorized to do so, or working after time has
been called
failing to follow any of the test administration regulations
contained in this Bulletin, given by the test administrator, or
specified in any test materials

SCORES & SCORE REPORTS


Reporting Your Test Scores
If you test in Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado,
Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho,
Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi,
Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New
Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon,
Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota,
Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, or
Wyoming, a copy of your scores will automatically be sent to that
states teacher credentialing agency.
If you completed or are planning to complete an approved teacher
education program in Guam, Maine, New Mexico, Texas, US Virgin
Islands, or Wisconsin, you must designate your educational
institution as a score recipient. If you are applying for licensure in
one of these states, but completed your teacher preparation in another
state, you must submit an ETS score report to the Guam Commission
for Education Certification, Maine Department of Education, New
Mexico State Department of Education, State Board for Education
Certification, Virgin Islands Department of Education, or the
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction along with your
licensure application.
Note to Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology test takers:
Please refer to the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
Attending Institution/Recipient Code List to designate an
attending institution and a score recipient (see Praxis website).

Your Score Report


Your scores will be available to you via your online account approximately 2-3 weeks after the test date. Scores for tests that are offered
during testing windows will be available 2-3 weeks after the testing
window closes, regardless of the date on which you tested within that
window. Scores for tests that are offered continuously will be available 2-3 weeks after the test date. When your scores are available, you
will receive an email notifying you that your score report is ready to
view online. Score reports will be available via your online account
for one year from the score reporting date. We encourage you to save
a copy of the score report for your own files.
Up to four free score recipients may be selected at the time of
registration. In order for your attending institution (college or
university where you received training that most closely relates to
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Scores & Score Reports

ETS reserves the right to take all actionincluding, but not limited
to, barring you from future testing and/or canceling your scoresfor
failure to comply with test administration regulations or the test
administrators directions. If your scores are canceled, they will not
be reported, and your test fees will not be refunded.

REGISTERING A COMPLAINT

If you think conditions at the test center were such that you were
unable to perform satisfactorily, you may cancel your score(s). You
may also request a retest. If you wish to cancel your score, you must
do so at the end of the test. Complaints must be received in writing
no later than seven (7) business days after the administration.
Complaints received after this period will not be accepted. ETS will
investigate before responding to your request. Please see page 7 for
additional information. Also, please note that retests cannot be
offered once scores for a specific test date have been reported.

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MUST list the institution as a score recipient. If you wish to send your
scores to more than four institutions or agencies, you may purchase
additional score reports via your online account. See Additional
Score Reports (ASRs) on this page. Your scores for a specific test
will be sent to a designated recipient only if that institution or agency
is eligible to receive those test scores. For exceptions, please see
Confidentiality of Information on page 16. Score reports will list
your current score and highest score earned on each test taken over
the last ten (10) years.
Praxis tests that include only selected-response questions will
offer you an opportunity to view unofficial scores at the end of
your testing session. If an unofficial score is not provided for your
selected-response test, it means that further analysis must be conducted before scoring can be completed. This does NOT indicate any
problem with the administration of your test and will NOT result in
any delay of the reporting of your official score. Tests that include
constructed-response questions will not provide an unofficial score
because of the time needed for your responses to be rated. Test centers cannot provide printed copies of score reports. Once you have
viewed your scoreswhether you view the unofficial scores at the
testing center, or you view your official score reportyou will not
have the option to cancel them. Once your scores have been cancelled, they will not be reported, and they cannot be reinstated on
your record. You will not receive a refund if you choose to cancel
your scores.

Questions That Do Not Count


Toward Your Score
The test(s) you take may include one or more questions that do not
count toward your score. These pretest questions are new questions
that are being tried out in actual test administrations.
Test takers are not told which questions are in this category
because ETS needs to determine how such questions function under
actual testing conditions.

Scoring Services
ADDITIONAL SCORE REPORTS (ASRs)

Fee: $50 each


At your request, ETS will send your scores and reportable background information to additional institutions or agencies. When
you register to test, you may select up to four score recipients for no
charge. You may add or change these score recipients up until the
test date. If you wish to send your scores to additional recipients,
you may order an additional score report (ASR). You may complete

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your request online, by mail, phone, or fax. To make an ASR request
online, log in or set up an account on the Praxis online registration
site. On the My Praxis Home page, click on Order Additional Score
Reports under the My Test Registrations and Orders section.
Follow the online instructions to complete your order. To request
an ASR by mail or fax, download and complete the Additional
Score Report form located on the website at www.ets.org/praxis.
Telegram requests will not be processed. ETS will process your
score report (indicating only the highest score earned on each
test) within 7 business days for online and phone requests and
10 business days for mailed or faxed requests.
When you ask ETS to send additional score reports to institutions
or agencies, you automatically authorize ETS to report your
highest scores for all tests taken over the past 10 years. These could
include test results from Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators
tests and Praxis Subject Assessments. (Scores for a specific test will
be sent to a recipient only if that recipient is eligible to receive those
scores.)
If scores have not been reported from a current administration
and you want the institutions or agencies listed on your Additional
Score Report Request form combined with those listed on your
registration form, check the appropriate box on the form. Current
and highest scores will then be reported to all recipients requested.
The ASR will include your highest score for each test taken, but
will not include the raw score information that is available on the
original score report. You will automatically receive a copy of your
score report confirming that your score report was sent.

SCORE REVIEW SERVICE

Fee: $65
All constructed-response and essay scorers have been carefully trained
and follow strict scoring procedures. Each test that contains one or
more constructed-responses or essays is scored by more than one
scorer. However, if you feel that your score for a constructed-response
or essay test does not accurately reflect your performance, you may
request a score review of your test.
To request a score review of a test containing a constructedresponse or essay, download and complete the Score Review Request
form from the Praxis website at www.ets.org/praxis/scores and send
it to ETS with the proper fee. Your request must be received within
three (3) months of the test date. If there is a change in your
reported score, the revised score (which may be higher or lower than
your originally reported score) will be reported to you and to the
recipients of the original score, and your review fee will be refunded.
The test material and your answers to test questions are not
available for disclosure. Your score for a specific test will be
reviewed only once. (Note: The Score Review service is not available
for selected-response tests because they are scored electronically.)
The Score Review service is also unavailable for the American Sign
Language test because the original scoring process is exceptionally
rigorous with 3-6 scorers reviewing and contributing to the scoring of
each interview.

Cancellation of Scores by You


Before viewing your scores, the computer gives you the option of
canceling your scores when you finish each test. NOTE: If you are
taking the Core Combined test (5751), the Elementary Education:
Multiple Subjects (5001), or the PA Grades 48 Core Assessment
(5152), and choose to cancel your scores, scores from ALL sections
of that test will be canceled. Once you have viewed your scores, they
cannot be canceled. If you choose to cancel your scores, you cannot
view them on the computer screen and they cannot be reinstated.
You will not receive a refund if you cancel your scores.

Cancellation of Scores by ETS


ETS strives to report scores that accurately reflect the performance
of every test taker. Accordingly, ETSs standards and procedures
for administering tests have two primary goals: giving test takers
equivalent opportunities to demonstrate their abilities, and
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preventing any test takers from gaining an unfair advantage over


others. To promote these objectives, ETS reserves the right to
cancel any test score when, in ETSs judgment, any of the following
conditions arise: a testing irregularity occurs; there is an apparent
discrepancy in a test takers identification; the test taker engages in
misconduct or plagiarism; or the score is invalid for another reason.
Reviews of scores by ETS are confidential. When, for any of the above
reasons, ETS cancels a test score that has already been reported, it
notifies score recipients that the score has been canceled, but it does
not disclose the reason for cancellation except when authorized to do
so by the test taker and in certain group cases.
Test takers whose scores are canceled will forfeit their test fees,
and must pay to take the tests again at a future administration. No
record of score cancellations, or the reason for cancellation, will
appear on their future score reports sent to colleges and universities.

Testing Irregularities
Testing Irregularities refers to problems with the administration of
a test. Testing irregularities may result from actions of test takers,
test center personnel, ETS, or from man-made causes. When testing
irregularities occur, they may affect an individual or groups of test
takers. Such problems include, without limitation, administrative
errors (such as improper timing, improper seating, defective materials
(e.g., improper or damaged test forms), and defective equipment);
improper access to test content; and other disruptions of test
administrations (such as natural disasters or other emergencies).
When testing irregularities occur, ETS may decline to score the test, or
cancel the test score. When in ETSs judgment it is appropriate to do
so, ETS gives affected test takers the opportunity to take the test again
as soon as possible without charge.

Identification Discrepancies
When, in ETSs judgment or the judgment of test center
administrators, there is a discrepancy in a test takers identification,
the test taker may be dismissed from the test center. In addition,
ETS may decline to score the test or cancel the test score if the
documents or photos from the test day cannot be validated or if ETS
has evidence that you did not appear for the test. If test scores are
canceled by ETS, the test fees will NOT be refunded.

Misconduct
When ETS or test center personnel find that there is misconduct
in connection with a test, the test taker may be dismissed from the
test center, or ETS may decline to score the test, or cancel the test
score. Test takers whose scores are canceled will forfeit their test fees.
If fraudulent activity is detected after scores have been reported, ETS
will cancel scores, notify score recipients of the cancelation, and ban
the test taker from future testing. Misconduct includes, but is not
limited to, noncompliance with the Test Center Procedures and
Regulations, on pages 1214 of this Bulletin.

Invalid Scores
ETS may also cancel scores if, in its judgment, there is substantial
evidence that they are invalid for any other reason. Substantial
evidence means evidence that is sufficient to persuade a reasonable
person, the substantial evidence is lower (i.e., requires less proof)
than reasonable doubt, clear and convincing, and preponderance
of the evidence standards. Evidence of invalid scores may include,
without limitation, discrepant handwriting, unusual answer patterns,
and inconsistent performance on different parts of the test. Before
canceling scores pursuant to this paragraph, ETS notifies the test
taker in writing about its concerns, gives the test taker an opportunity
to submit information that addresses ETSs concerns, considers
any such information submitted, and offers the test taker a choice
of options. The options may include voluntary score cancellation, a
specially arranged retest without charge, or arbitration in accordance
with ETSs standard Arbitration Agreement. In addition, the test taker
is sent a copy of a booklet, Why and How Educational Testing Service
Questions Test Scores, which explains this process in greater detail.

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SCORES & SCORE REPORTS (continued)


(This booklet is available to any test taker at any time on request from
the ETS Office of Testing Integrity. Call 1-800-353-8570 or Email
TSReturns@ets.org.)
When essay scores are canceled because an essay is unusually
similar to other test takers essays, or because the essay contains
unattributed material, only the retest score is reported for the
essay; the score for the questioned essay is not released.
Your essay responses on the writing or constructed-response items
will be reviewed by experienced ETS essay readers during the scoring
process. ETS reserves the right to cancel test scores of any test taker
when an essay response includes, any of the following:
text that is unusually similar to that found in one or more other
Praxis essay responses;
quoting or paraphrasing, without attribution, language or ideas
that appear in published or unpublished sources;
unacknowledged use of work that has been produced through
collaboration with others without citation of the contribution
of others;
essays submitted as work of the test taker that appear to have,
been borrowed in whole or in part from elsewhere or prepared by
another person.
When one or more of the above circumstances occur, ETS may
conclude that the essay response, in ETSs professional judgment,
does not reflect the independent writing skills that this test seeks to
measure. When ETS reaches that conclusion, it cancels the essay
score and cannot report scores for this test, of which the essay score
is an indispensable part.

Confidentiality of Information
ETS recognizes your right to control the information about you
that is stored by ETS. Its policies are designed to safeguard your
information from unauthorized disclosure.
Your score report is intended only for you and for your designated
score recipients. However, background information as noted on the
registration form is reported to some states and institutions. To
protect your right to control the distribution of your scores, reports
will be released only at your specific written request and only to
ETS-approved score recipients. Every recipient must be specified by
you in writing on one of the designated forms or in correspondence.
ETS will not release your scores at the request of institutions or
agencies except:
for use in research studies approved by The Praxis Series
program and that preserve your anonymity
when information is required under compulsion of legal
processes, in which case your score record and other documents
you completed that are retained at ETS may be released to third
parties (e.g., government agencies, parties to a lawsuit, etc.) if
requested pursuant to a subpoena. Such documents may include
but are not limited to photographs and documents completed at
check-in on test day.
when a states central regents office or board of governors
requests copies of scores that have been reported to its
member institutions
when test takers have been informed by the administrator
beforehand that their scores will automatically be released to
the state
when test takers have been notified in the Bulletin that a
particular state requiring scores has arranged for all individuals
tested in that state to have their scores sent directly from ETS
Sections 205 through 208 of Title II of the Higher Education Act
(HEA) as amended in 2008 (PL 110-315) call for accountability
for programs that prepare teachers. Section 205 of Title II
requires reports from each institution of higher education (IHE)
that conducts a traditional teacher preparation program or an
alternative route to state certification or licensure program and
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that enrolls students receiving federal assistance under HEA (e.g.,


Title IV). The report will contain aggregate data only and will not
include any information that identifies test takers.
when a branch institution requests scores previously sent to its
main office or vice versa
Official score reports for properly designated recipients are sent
directly from ETS to ensure the authenticity of the reports. Note that
whenever ETS has confirmed that you have submitted a Praxis test
score directly to an educational institution, agency, or district in
satisfaction of one of its requirements, ETS will respond to requests
for score verification from that recipient.

How Constructed-Response Tests


Are Scored
Score validity is of utmost importance. Constructed-response
questions on Praxis tests are scored by education professionals in the
appropriate content area. These individuals are carefully trained and
supervised to assure they apply ETS scoring methods in a fair and
accurate manner. Additional statistical checks are made to account
for differences in difficulty across editions of a test. There are different
scoring methods used for different tests, but all tests require that
multiple raters score an individual test takers responses. Some tests
are scored by a combination of different trained raters and some
by a combination of trained raters and by e-rater, a computerized
program developed by ETS, which computes a score based on data
from hundreds of previously scored essays.

Uses of Scores
ETS does not set passing scores for the tests. The Praxis Series
tests user states, institutions, and associations set their own passing
scores. Following the direction provided in the Proper Use of
The Praxis Series and Related Assessments, ETS offers its score
recipients professional counsel regarding the purpose and appropriate
application of the test scores. ETSs agreement with state agencies
and associations that use The Praxis Series tests for decisions about
the certification of educators requires that test scores be used only in
conjunction with other criteria.
All states and associations that use The Praxis Series tests are
surveyed to obtain information about the qualifying scores that are
required on these tests.
However, the ETS file is not official and may not reflect changes
in test requirements that are implemented between surveys. If you
have any questions about state or association requirements or passing scores, contact that state or association directly.

Test Takers Performance Data


Test takers performance data may be used in analysis samples,
score interpretation data, group statistics, and research studies. Test
takers constructed responses may be used in ETS materials to train
scorers, to help score recipients interpret scores, or to help test takers
prepare for the test. In each instance, all identifying information will
be removed.

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1. I, __________________________________________________, am [a qualified ESL teacher/coordinator, foreign language department

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(Name of Institution)
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available to ETS sufficiently in advance of the test administration date to provide time to process my request and implement the requested
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Test Centers locate a test center in your area.
Attending Institution/Recipient Codes find the code(s) (preceded by an A)for the institution(s) where you received training relevant to
the test; find the code(s) (preceded by an R) for the institution(s) where you want your score reports sent.
Audiology/Speech Language Pathology Attending Institution/Recipient Codes find the code(s) (preceded by an A)for the institution(s)
where you received training relevant to the test; find the code(s) (preceded by an R) for the agency, professional association, or
organization where you would like score reports sent.
State/Agency Codes (List D) find the code that designates the agency, professional association, or organization for which you would like
to receive passing score information.
Major and Certification Field Codes (List E) find the code(s) for your undergraduate major field and the field(s) in which you are
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Indiana

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Nevada

Alaska

907-465-2831

Iowa

515-281-3427

New Hampshire603-271-2408

Tennessee

Arkansas

501-682-4342

Kansas

785-296-2288

New Jersey

California

916-322-4974

Kentucky

502-564-4606

North Carolina919-807-3310

United States
Virgin Islands 340-774-4546

Colorado

303-866-6628

Louisiana

877-453-2721

North Dakota 701-328-9641

Connecticut

860-713-6969

Maine

207-624-6600

Ohio

Delaware

302-735-4120

Maryland

410-767-0412

Oklahoma 405-521-3337

District of
Columbia

Michigan

517-335-6615

Oregon

202-741-5881

Guam

671-735-2554

Hawaii

808-586-2616

Idaho

208-332-6800

609-292-2070

614-466-3593

503-378-3586

Mississippi

601-359-3483

Pennsylvania 717-783-6788

Montana

406-444-3150

Rhode Island 401-222-4600

Nebraska

402-471-0739

South Carolina803-896-0325

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association: 301-296-5700


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702-486-6458

South Dakota 605-773-3553


615-532-4885

Utah

801-538-7740

Vermont

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